More than 60 people gathered outside the main entrance of Mainland Regional High School on Oct. 12 for the ribbon cutting and building dedication ceremony for the school’s new addition, which was named in honor of MRHS Board of education president John Medica.
Mainland Regional High School Board of education vice president Bradford Jungels, left, and president John Medica cut the ribbon in front of the school Oct. 12 during a ceremony dedicating the school’s new Science Annex to Medica. To the right of the ribbon cutters were Bernadette Daley, Atlantic County Teacher of the Year; and Mainland and Linwood public schools superintendent, Dr. Thomas Baruffi.
During the ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony at Mainland Regional High School, from right, Kenny Carson, a junior, Justin Peruzzi, a senior, and Nick Rabey, a junior, all of Northfield, performed as part of the Tri-M Music Honor Society. They are also members of the school’s marching band.
From left, senior Shaun LaBoy, of Somers Point, junior Travis Napier, of Northfield, seniors Emily Lewis and Jade Maccini, both of Northfield, and senior Lauren Waldman, of Linwood, sang at the event.
Atlantic County Freeholder Alex Marino, second from right, presented an award of recognition to George Evinski, the former athletic director at Mainland Regional High school who served the school for 47 years. At center is John Medica, president of the Mainland Board of education, for whom the high school’s new addition is named.
Helena Evinski, 4, sat on the shoulders of her dad, Steven, who is the son of Mainland Regional High School’s former athletic director, George Evinski, who was recognized during the ceremony Oct. 12 for his 47 years of service to the high school.
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